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Israeli Literature - Shared screen with speaker view
rachel amaru
26:46
Rachel, please come to the boulder/ denver area!
Geula Hebron
27:12
Shalom to all I am Geula from San Diego
lauren shachar
33:35
that haunting of the perished family of our survivor parents has emotionally paralyzed some the second generation. the coping for some is life long.
Barb Kessel
39:10
please mute.
Jackie Ellenson
42:16
I always felt she was trying to tell him that she loved him.
Carolyn Levi
42:56
that cyclic reading has echoes of turning wheels of train
lauren shachar
43:24
thank you Carolyn. great association.
Kitty Hoffman
44:16
These poems are searing, and extraordinary
Tom Alpert
44:39
The "coat of many colors" translation comes from the Septuagint.
Betsy Katz
47:30
Pagis: circular thinking allowed by poem is all that remains in Eve’s tortured mind.
lauren shachar
48:51
some people need to mute.
Emily Bernstein
49:31
thank you for this discussion, very interesting and meaningful for today. 👋
Kitty Hoffman
54:04
yiddish
ahmw
54:19
Yiddish
Solange Tajchman
01:10:51
I remember that fantasy so well - my father’s parents would come back and my father would be well. It even became a serious stake game: if I stepped on the black square before the bell rang, they would come back…
ahmw
01:11:50
I’m friendly with a Bakunin family in the north!
ahmw
01:11:55
vaknin
Kitty Hoffman
01:17:51
I grew up in Montreal. When I was dating, my mother would always ask, ‘anyer fun inzereh’ (one of ours)? By which she did not mean Ashkenazi, but specifically someone whose parents were Shoah survivors.
ahmw
01:20:36
there is no doubt that the survivors were very affected and had a negative connect to medical facilities we always needed to be understanding of that
rachel amaru
01:20:57
please turn off your mics
Michael Kaftor
01:24:20
Nes gadol ha-yah poh ... vs sham
Linda
01:28:16
The Zionism 3.0 Conference in Palo Alto a few years ago created dreidels with an added side --so it had both poh and sham-- a symbolic way to bring Israel and Diaspora together
Randi Brenowitz
01:28:53
I love that dreidel.
Solange Tajchman
01:33:24
I used to describe my Dad, a concentration camp survivor, as someone who railed against the God he no longer believed in
Kitty Hoffman
01:33:53
Rachel — it was the same in Canada. This was my childhood.
Kitty Hoffman
01:35:43
Thank you.
rachel amaru
01:36:51
thank you again for this extraordinary class.
Eric Gurvis
01:38:39
Thank you Rachel
Samantha Resnick
01:38:39
Thank you for your amazing presentation.
mitchelslomiak
01:38:41
Thank you, Rachel, for this very deep and meaningful experience.
Aviva Lev-Ari
01:38:51
Very moving, I lived in Israel, 12/1959 -9/1978. Many memories from households I knew.Aviva Lev-Ari, THANK YOU
Jessica Spitalnic Mates
01:39:04
thank you
Harriet Wolpoff
01:39:10
So emotional. Todah rabah.
lynnie2
01:39:10
Thank you so much —
Debbie Meline
01:39:13
Extarordinary!
Sheri Sable
01:39:13
Thank you so much for an amazing and insightful session!
Erica Sokoloff
01:39:19
I studied these texts with you before, but you always bring new insights
Marion Gribetz
01:39:23
thank you. so glad I had time today to commemorate Yom Hashoah together with you and this community
Elaine R Cohen
01:39:27
A moving, powerful class today! Thank you so much for opening this window for us.
Dorit
01:39:40
thanks, so very much.. Outstanding lesson and readings today.
Ruth Kaplan
01:39:56
Thank you. I just ordered Motik from Amazon.
Dorit
01:40:11
Can I get the link to Hebrew Lecture? I would like that also.
Sheri Sable
01:40:18
This is the first time I’ve heard you speak, and I would love to sign up for your teachings.
Steven Broder
01:40:31
Thank you, Rachel for opening this window into the people who came to Israel after the Shoah. A beautiful memorial to the people from There.
Zalman Spivack
01:41:37
just to remind- tomorrow is the passing day of Zelda the poet
Martin Stempel
01:42:32
Shalo,. Please repeat the link for Thursday’s Hebrew class and the link to play today’s class.
phyllis gilmore
01:42:33
I have never had such a perspective on the period of the Shoah as this. I was born in American, the daughter of immigrants who left Europe in the 1920’s. My island of non-understanding has changed. Thank you.
Kitty Hoffman
01:44:57
Yes.
Solange Tajchman
01:55:11
I cannot remember not knowing about the Shoah - from memories that go back to the age of 3 years!
Barbara Weinstein
02:04:04
Elizabeth = please send us the information, as well. We
Barbara Weinstein
02:04:36
are here from Park Ave. Synagogue but they do not have link for us as far as I know. Our email is bweinstein28@gmail.com
Israel Gopstein
02:04:41
I am also a facebook hater and my email is gopstein1@gmail.com
Varda Farber
02:05:00
THANK YOU RACHEL!
Naomi
02:05:05
Ellizabeth please send info, link to ncharnov@verizon.net
Elizabeth
02:06:07
Elizabeth's email: priztop@gmail.comFeel free to contact me: I'll happily add you to the list. I'll try to get everyone's email written here...
Naomi
02:06:36
thank you! so informative. How can we read about Momick, if we don't understand all of the inferences without your explanation?! thank you-Nomi
Israel Gopstein
02:06:52
sorry I didn't preface my request by asking Elizabeth to send the info to my email, gopstein1@gmail.com
briansindel
02:07:03
this i for Elizabeth: my e-mI: BOBBOLN@AOL.COM, looking for ability to join…not facebook
Yairah Shalhevet
02:08:56
Andrea, well said -- so true.(Fellow TE-er)
Michelle Wolff
02:12:31
can we view past lectures?
Michelle Wolff
02:13:24
Thanks, I look forward to listening to them.
Michelle Wolff
02:15:12
Thanks from Boca Raton
Yairah Shalhevet
02:15:18
Rachel, you impart to us such strength! … & power & kindness & understanding through your teaching!